Thanksgiving is officially scheduled for the fourth Thursday of every November but like most places in America, Thanksgiving in Long Island is a month-long affair. Long Islanders are already in the holiday spirit and to prove it, our Bronx Car Service has compiled a list of events going down during this Thanksgiving period. Enjoy the comfort and luxury of our Long Island Limousine Service as our chauffeurs drive you and your companions to any one of this events to join in the fun.
Villa Lombardi’s Thanksgiving Buffet
Villa Lombardi has planned buffets every Thanksgiving for the past few years and this year will not be an exception. The Thanksgiving Buffet this year has been scheduled for Thursday 23rd from 1pm to 5pm, which is the official Thanksgiving Day. We recommend that you make your reservation via phone to guarantee yourself and your companions seats. Adults will pay $59, children between 3 and 10 will pay a small fee of $30, and children below 3 will get in free. Selections in the buffet will include homemade mozzarella & tomato caprese, homemade focaccia bread, roast turkey, tomatoes crudités, fire roasted peppers, bruschetta string beans, cornbread, cranberry walnut rolls, and much more.
Ward Melville Heritage Organization Black Friday
This event has been organized by the Ward Melville Heritage Organization and has been scheduled for Friday 24th starting at 12pm till late. This family-friendly event will be held at the Stony Brook Village and activities and attractions will Include live music entertainment by local artists, a petting zoo for the kids, wine tasting, food stalls, live dance performances by professional dancers, shopping outlets where you can get yourself a souvenir etc.
The Hallockville Museum Farm Country Parlor Holiday Folk Art & Gift Show
This event has been organized by the Hallockville Museum and has been scheduled to run from Friday the 24th to Sunday the 26th. There is no better way to spend your Thanksgiving weekend; the country parlor will feature handmade gifts you can purchase for your loved ones as souvenirs, shopping stalls where you can get a little holiday shopping done, food stalls, and so much more. Find hand-carved elves and Santas that will give you a holiday buzz, if you don’t already have it. Discover rare handwoven scarves, gloves, rugs, mittens, handcrafted ornaments that you won’t find in conventional outlets, vintage glassware, and other collectible pieces. No wonder the event has been set to run for three days; one day at the country parlor simply isn’t enough, there is just so much to discover.
The country parlor will be open between 9am and 3pm on Friday, 9am to 3pm on Saturday, and 10 am to 2pm on Sunday, so we would recommend that you get there early every day to make the most of the limited time the parlor stays open.
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